Scouting U DBC Express


All Aboard the Scouting U Train!

Join us on the DBC Express as we chug along to multiple training destinations together on this continuous learning journey! Every 4th Sunday of the month, the DBC Express pulls into two to three one-hour destination “stops” to help you expand your knowledge in one of three areas of interest including: Leader Specific, College of Commissioner Science (CCS), or Supplemental Learning.

These virtual opportunities will also ensure that you get a chance to learn from one of our guest “conductors” and in building a network amongst your fellow “passengers” to help you grow in your role or position(s) of responsibility.

Interested in teaching a DBC Express course? If you have a class you are passionate about and would like to teach, click on the button below to review the available slots, and receive additional details. All classes will be delivered via Zoom.


Stop #1 | 12:30-1:30pm:
Recruiting Volunteers Effectively (Supplemental)

Stop #2 | 2pm-3pm:
Merit Badge Counselor Training
(Leader Specific)

Stop #3 | 4pm-5pm Resolving Common Unit Issues (CCS)

Stop #1 | 12:30-1:30pm: Using Google Classrooms for Virtual Learning (Supplemental)

Stop #2 | 4pm-5pm: Selecting Your Project or Thesis Project (CCS)

Stop #1 | 2pm-3pm: Hazardous Weather Training (Leader Specific)

Stop #2 | 4pm-5pm: Good Commissioners Need Both Head & Heart (CCS)

Stop #1 | 4pm-5pm: Collaborative Assessments


The cost of a round-trip ticket is $5, which will give you an all-access pass to one, or all, of the “stops” offered throughout the year.

Once you have registered and completed payment, you will receive a Zoom link to the classes you selected along with a discount code to use when booking additional trips, at no extra charge, within 2021*.

*This does not include the cost to our all day Scouting U event held annually in December. 

Questions? Please contact Jack Ball, Council Training Chair, at jack.balljr@yahoo.com; or Michelle Byrne, Program Administrator, at (513) 577-7686 or michelle.byrne@scouting.org.